Plahotnyk 1 (lessons 3-8) words. TMFlashCards8.
Phonics and Vocabulary. Merry Trains (short vowels) Puzzle me words. Word family sort game. Magnetic letters. Teaching Children to Read. Letter Sound Quiz - Phonics Game. Short I Cloud Catcher - Phonics Game. What's in the Picture? - Reading Game. Beginning Sounds Balloon Pop - Reading Game. Rhyming Words Match-up. Nighttime Photoshoot - Alphabet Game. O Sound or A Sound? Schoolbus Spelling Game. Phonics. Click the letters, hear the sounds: Phonics Games: Which game can you do the fastest?
For parents, how to teach phonics at home... (or for teachers who want results in just 5 minutes per lesson...) This is the method that was researched by Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Here are the printable 90 page pdf A4 phonics posters from the video: + NEW: Whether it's "Fip and Fop the fit and fat Frogs" or "Wild West Will with his Wig in a Well" there are now over 20 original, super fun Phonics stories included with the pdf posters! These posters are fully guaranteed. . * Teachers: If you don't have the Genki English Teacher's Set yet you can get the Download Teacher's Set and then download the posters today. And if you want to introduce writing as well, this is the video to teach phonics in longer lessons with writing. You can also purchase the 90 page pdf phonics workbook from the video which features the writing practice: Here's a quick run down of all the phonics gestures:
Printable Phonics Board Games. Learning phonics can be frustrating for young children, but not if you make a game of it.
There are a variety of professional phonics games on the market, but you can add a personal touch by downloading and constructing printable board games. The following games are suitable for home and school use by preschoolers and kindergartners. They also work well in English as a Second Language (ESL) classrooms. Phonetics 500 This race game for two to four players is suitable for children five and up with adult participation.
Race to the Lighthouse This game for two to four players is available from the BBC Home website. WORDHORD. Toddler Phonics Song (listen and repeat) Get Short Link | Get Bookmarklet | Original Page | Black backgroundWhite background This song and CD are available at Free Karaoke version of this song and others are available at --- A listen and repeat phonics song for very young learners.
Chant along with your students or child. Online English Exercises. Dinosaurs Eggs Phonics. Reading Bear: free phonics & vocabulary...learn to read for free! Interactive Phonics Materials by Level. Phonics Song. Get Short Link | Get Bookmarklet | Original Page | Black backgroundWhite background This Catchy Melody Teaches the Letter Sounds by Showing 1 Easy Noun Sound for Every Letter of the Alphabet.
Children will Learn Phonics by Associating 1 Object with Each Letter. The Memorable Melody and Cute Colorful Images will help Kids remember the Nouns that start with each letter. Use this fantastic resource if you are a Kindergarten or Daycare Instructor, Early Childhood Teacher, Home-School Parent, and Moms and Dads everywhere. Abracadabra - Teacher Zone. You can access ABRACADABRA'S stories via Genres, or Themes.
ABRACADABRA has two features that are invaluable for readers and teachers: with the use of the "birdie" icon, the computer can read the page that is on the screen; also, students can click on individual words for phonetic sounding out and sight word help. Genres: ABRACADABRA helps expose children to different text types such as: Folk and Fairy Tales, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction and Multicultural stories. Themes: ABRACADABRA offers stories of varying themes: Places and Spaces, Foods, Animals, Numbers and Colors, Seasons and I am Special. The Vowel Song. Planet Word Puzzle - Make Your Own Template.
Interactive Whiteboard - Letter Sounds.
PhonemePopLS_v2. Ideas for Alphabet Games and Number Games for Kids. This page is full of ideas for using our Alphabet Printables and Printable Alphabets (there is a difference!)
For learning the alphabet, as well as for playing alphabet games. Ideas range from learning and recognising numbers and letters, to practicing alphabetical order and expanding vocabulary, so you should find something appropriate for all ages. In addition, if you scroll to the bottom of the page you will find links to more games, printable and otherwise, which we have at Activity Village. Use our Alphabets in Scrapbooks Use them to decorate your scrapbook pages, or spell out your child's name on a school folder or workbook or file. Make Door Signs Children love to mark their own territory with their name on their bedroom door!
Make Key Rings, Satchel Tags Print and laminate your child's initial, make a hole and attach to a key ring. Decorate Bulletin Boards Teachers will come up with all sorts of ideas for using the alphabets on bulletin boards and around the classroom.